It’s important to note that not one muscle group works in isolation.
This means we need to make sure the exercises we do are FUNCTIONAL, that reflects how we use our shoulders in our daily activities.
Make sure you train the group of muscles, and movement, as opposed to single muscles so you don’t create imbalance.
All three muscles, along with those in the back and surrounding the shoulder joint, are crucial to upper-body strength, stability, and mobility.
Building the strength and endurance of all these muscle groups contributes to reducing injury risk and improving upper-body function.